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  • Hay bales go up in flames

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Smoke could be seen for miles when an estimated 200-300 hay bales when up in flames Tuesday morning at Imperial Beef. The call came into the dispatcher’s office at 10:44 a.m. With southeast winds blowing at more ...
  • Council getting specs for more street development in Cornerstone

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The city is moving ahead with possibly more street development in the Cornerstone property at the southeast edge of Imperial. Approving a recommendation from the Citizens Advisory Committee, the council voted 4-0 at i...
  • Steggs family name associated with aerial spraying since 1955

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican One could say aerial spraying was woven into the Steggs family genes. In 1955, Jerry and June Steggs started Steggs Flying Service in Broken Bow and later expanded it to Grant and Imperial. In 1980, Jerry’s son,...
  • Lab draws part of mini health fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican To promote a healthy community, Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) is again hosting a Mini Health Fair later this month in Imperial and Wauneta. Results from laboratory testing through blood draws will be mailed t...
  • FFA Marketing Plan, Quiz Bowl teams take state

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “Live a Legacy” was the theme of this year’s FFA State Convention in Lincoln last week. The Imperial FFA Chapter was part of creating new legacies of their own. The Marketing Plan team of Travis Luhrs, MaKenna K...
  • Hill, Hawk to describe chiropractic mission

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican You wouldn’t think that a chiropractic adjustment would be really important to the impoverished people in Ghana and Uganda. But, it is. Dr. Danielle Hill of Mathews Chiropractic of Grant, Imperial and Benkelman made...
  • Pucker up for spring play

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Students at Chase County Schools are rehearsing the spring play, “How to Kiss a Girl,” scheduled for Sunday and Monday in the school auditorium. “When young Ken Beardsley gets ready for his very first date, he...
  • FBLA qualifies 3 for nationals, earns other honors at conference

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Eighteen students attended the State Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) conference in Omaha April 9-11, with good results. Michael Musgrove took first place in Insurance and Risk Management, sending him to th...
  • Registrations still open for Sunday’s conceal carry class

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s fire hall will be the site for a day-long class Sunday that satisfies the training requirements for a Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP) in Nebraska. The class will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the fire h...
  • Lights turned on at Sweden Creme

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As soon as she turned on the “Sweden Creme” sign Monday owner Jamie Jussel had business. The opening day was “a little crazy,” she said, with people waiting at the door for the drive-in to open Tuesday. Jussel...
  • Mothers-in-law don’t always get a bad rap

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor In less than a month, we will be celebrating Mother’s Day. According to surveys on my favorite game show, Family Feud, Mother’s Day is the No. 1 answer to the question on what day restaurants are bu...
  • Easter brings anticipation of new life

    Easter weekend was packed with tremendous punch this year. That Saturday marked 31 years since I joined the amazing ranks of motherhood. What a blessed gift! Brooke was born on my parents’ 30th wedding anniversary. Oh how I recall the exuberant delight ...
  • Students leaving on patriotism trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Eight Chase County Schools students and their sponsors are headed to the East Coast soon on the annual Chase County Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge trip (FFVF). The students will first attend workshops ...
  • Veteran’s perspectives

    ■ Editor’s note: These personal stories are part of The Imperial Republican’s efforts to highlight Chase County veterans and their experiences during the Vietnam War era. We will continue to feature stories that are submitted in anticipation of the ...
  • Lady Longhorns respond to great weather with great times, marks

    CCS sophomore sets new school pole vault record; 3200 relay leads state in Class CBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Great weather can contribute to great performances. That was the case Saturday as the Lady Longhorns turned in some great times and m...
  • Knobbe, Jennings medal at Bayard golf meet

    Longhorns’ home meet Saturday at EndersBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Seniors Darin Knobbe and Tyler Jennings both came home with medals from the Bayard Invitational golf meet held Tuesday, April 7. Knobbe finished in a tie for 7th with an 18-h...
  • Summer ball registrations due end of this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Time is important for youths to get signed up for summer softball and baseball teams in Imperial. Brad Moline of the Imperial Baseball/Softball Association (IBSA) said the early deadline is April 15 but they will take...
  • Longhorn boys finish third at E. Lee Todd meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There were a lot of improved times and marks by Chase County athletes at Saturday’s E. Lee Todd Invitational hosted in Grant by Perkins County. Those performances helped the Longhorn boys take the third place spot i...
  • Alumni banquet weekend plans developing

    Class representatives and high school alumni association officers are developing plans for the 2015 event for Saturday, May 23. The banquet Saturday night will be headquartered at the Chase County Schools cafeteria. Classes ending in “5” will be honor...
  • CCS team third in paint-in; two artists place in exhibit

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican More than 250 area art students were on the McCook Community College campus last Friday for the annual paint-in and art exhibition. In the team paint-in competition, Chase County placed third in a field of 23 entrie...

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